Following her recent defeat to Shayna Baszler at the highly anticipated WWE SummerSlam event, Ronda Rousey has left the professional wrestling community in a state of uncertainty with her proclamation that she sees "no reason to stay" in the industry.
In the lead-up to her clash with Baszler, insiders had already been buzzing with news of Rousey's impending departure due to a predetermined "hard out" date, which could potentially result in a hiatus or even a permanent exit from WWE.
To further add to the intrigue, Rousey's cryptic comments on her Instagram account have sparked a flurry of speculations about her next career moves and aspirations. While Rousey's future in professional wrestling remains shrouded in mystery, a recent report from PWInsider has revealed an exciting development on a different front.
It appears that the former "WWE Raw" Women's Champion is set to venture into the world of literature once again, with plans to release her second memoir in the coming year. This forthcoming memoir, bearing the title "Our Fight," will be published by the esteemed Hachette Book Group.
It follows in the footsteps of her debut literary offering, aptly named "My Fight/Your Fight." Although the precise launch date for "Our Fight" is yet to be unveiled, insiders suggest that readers can anticipate its arrival sometime during the vibrant blossoming of spring in 2024.
Unveiling Rousey's Dynamic Journey
Rousey's inaugural memoir, which made its debut back in 2015, offered a candid and compelling glimpse into her multifaceted journey spanning the realms of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), Olympic judo competitions, and her foray into the world of Hollywood acting.
Following her pivotal loss to Amanda Nunes in December 2016 at UFC 207, Rousey embarked on a journey that saw her expanding her horizons beyond the octagon, and into the thrilling universe of professional wrestling. In 2017, Rousey forged a partnership with WWE, a bold move that culminated in a thrilling surprise appearance at the company's 2018 Royal Rumble extravaganza.
Fast forward five years, and Rousey boasts an impressive accolade collection, including the distinguished honor of being a one-time "Raw" Women's Champion, a two-time "SmackDown" Women's Champion, and a one-time WWE Women's Tag Team Champion, a title she shared in captivating fashion with her fellow MMA compatriot and current on-screen adversary, Shayna Baszler.
As Rousey continues to navigate her way through the enthralling tapestry of professional wrestling, her forthcoming memoir promises to shed even more light on the remarkable journey that has taken her from the pinnacle of sports to the grand stages of entertainment.